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way we cover celebrities then. >>> that's what's making news in america >> reporter: live on 880 in san leandro where two lanes of southbound direction are closed in a storm related problem and the brunt of the storm is not even here yet. story coming up in a live report. >> here is a live look from downtown san francisco. you can see all is quiet here but we did have rain during the night. when the heavy stuff comes in, we're going to have big trouble. there is another storm after that, too. >> and we've got flooding in san leandro and chains up in the sierra once again. details coming up. >> kristen: also this morning, state regulators consider fine understanding pg&e up to a million dollars a day because of the safety record because in the wake of the san bruno disaster. >> eric: and a gun in the bonds trial. he openly admitted being injected with steroids. a lot going on. you know there is a storm too. >> kristen: that is right. there is a little ponding. >> eric: let's check in when the heavier rain is going to get here. >> it wasn't an easy commute. it moved through the eas
morning america." or anytime at abcnews.com. >> have a great friday. >>> in the news, a sliding hillside is threatening homes in an east bay neighborhood >> janelle: and deluge of rain turned a street into a river. dozens of homes and businesses are flooded. >> good morning. showers continue to rotate through the area and more rain this weekend. >> i'm sue hall in for frances. we have 80 shut down in the sierra and high winds. all that and more coming up >> janelle: wet morning, thanks for joining us, i'm janelle wang in for eric thomas. >> kristen: could you catch your breath? showers and it's going to get worse again. >> good morning. take a look at live doppler 7 hd. we've got plenty of green here. we'll zoom in a little closer and you notice in the north bay, rain-snow mix, talking 40s and 50s and the atmosphere is quite unstable and showers popping up through novato on through the east bay. in the south bay, more concentrated rain south of los gatos. more showers will continue. we'll see sunshine and could see some hail and heavy downpours. they will be more scattered and b
news in america this morning. >> stay with abc for "good morning amam ♪ >>> in the news this wednesday morning, the mount diablo school board votes to send layoff notices to 180 teachers and librarians. >> a triple homicide and attempted kidnapping at a nightclub. what they want you to look at closely. >> good morning. big new? dry. don't have to worry about rain for the morning or evening commute. you might like it with those temperatures near 70. i'll show you where. >> because it's dry there's a lot of overnight road work on the freeways right now. i'll tell you where they are but traffic is light in this live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza. >> six months since the san bruno pipeline disaster, survivored will negotiate to remember the eight neighbors killed in the explosion and compare notes on the rebuilding effort. it's 4:31 this wednesday. what a gorgeous day we have in store. >> we do. we'll get to that later on. >> we'll talk about that. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. layoff notices could to go 180 employees. the possibility of a much shorter school year. john allston
roadways. >> kristen: it's now 4:40. >> eric: the only large america citizens that doesn't use it. additive that has san jose in in a tap water fight. >> and they are pushing to crack down [ older brother ] hey, that's the last crescent. [ younger brother ] oh, do you want it? yeah. ok, we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light... ...buttery and flaky... this is half. that is not half. guys i have more. [ female announcer ] do you have enough crescents? bui've got a warm, fresh baked strawberry toaster strudel. see the difference? mmmm. i do. (announcer) pillsbury toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. >>> had been 42 on the morning news. a live look from emeryville camera. you can see what is going on weather wise. gusty winds and rain blowing in. traffic is moving along on the bay bridge. see some red lights -- those are the lights that you see, the city lights there. >> kristen: it's hard to tell. >> it's called paralax. >> its tough morning on the drive. >> kristen: more news right now. california lawmakers are trying again to get cell phones out of the hands of pris
watch britney spears' san francisco concert in just a couple of hours on "good morning america." that is from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. right here on abc7. >> and we've got a lot of news to get to this morning. it's 4:57. next at 5:00, the murder of chauncey bailey. the confessed killer laughing on the witness stand. >> reporter: live at the federal courthouse in san francisco where the barry bonds perjury trial. a former giant genetics a former "a" and coming up, jason giambi talking about his use of steroids coming up in a live report. >> eric: and development is making waves along the san mateo county coast. neighbors a male announcer ] using frontline plus shows your pet you care... by unleashing a complete killing force against fleas and ticks. and not just adult fleas. what makes frontline plus complete is that it breaks the flea life cycle -- killing adults, eggs, and larvae. and it keeps killing fleas and ticks all month long. that's why it's the #1 choice of vets for their pets, and yours. unleash a complete killing force in every dose of frontline plus. [ younger brother ] oh
. a gunman barricaded herself in bank of america branch yesterday afternoon. he locked himself in sign. he posted signs in the windows detailing grievances with the bank of america. after several hours of negotiations, police convinced him to surrender. no one was hurt. >> it's 6:36. today is pg&e's deadline to provide documents to state regulators verifying the pressure levels in the entire system are safe. part of that process involves 300 workers sifting through thousands of boxes of documents in daly city. it follows the september 9th san bruno explosion that killed eight people and destroyed three dozen homes. state puc could order them to do time consume tests. >>> hundreds of south bay teachers and personnel may be without jobs. already cut programs could be hit harder unless more money gets directed to schools by tax cuts or reducing spending in other areas. in one school district, one counselor could be assigned to 2,000 students. here is sample. in the san jose unified school district, is 54 people, next highest is amlul rock is 102 and coupe teen other follows and berryessa with
cause. rare. >>> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america," coming up at 7:00. then ♪ >>> i'm terry mcsweeney live in berkeley where an all-nightstandoff has just ended with the discovery of a dead body. the story in a live report. >> and a good morning to you. we're looking at the ferry building. notice the clouds aren't nearly as wide open as they were yesterday. breezy conditions but still a little drizzle. live doppler 7 hd see if we can find light rain. >> no accidents right now but there's a lot of thick fog reported on the highway 1 skyline area and pacifica and daly city so look out for that. toll plaza shows very light traffic. >> this morning the oakland city council turns to voters to help bail the city out of its financial medicals. it puts the proposed parcel tax increase on the ballot. >> and mount diablo school board meets to consider cutting 180 jobs including teachers and librarians. >> it's 4:31 on this tuesday, no, let's make it a wednesday -- >> it's tuesday. you'd like to make it wednesday. >> by tomorr
latin for winning. >>> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> get more news and sheen at ♪ >>> i'm terry mcsweeney live in san francisco international airport where travelers are dealing with yet another airfare increase, the 6th one this year, the story in a live report. >> also this morning a dangerous protest comes to an end after the university gives in to some of their demands. >> you're looking live from emeryville back to san francisco. notice how calm it is this morning. cooler when you step outside. a lot of sunshine today but that won't be the case this weekend. >> major overnight road work going on in hayward right now but they should be clearing most of it this minute. the live shot of the san mateo bridge and i'll have a full update in my next report. >> the f.b.i. is getting involved in the investigation of six san francisco police officers falsifying police reports. >> thank you for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. if you haven't already booked your spring or summer vacation, you may soon be priced out. that's the warning this
of students in japan will return home today bringing memories of a brief visit to america and much needed supplies. lisa amin gulezian has our story. >> what can be more american than bowling as these host families want visiting students from japan to leave with. these eighth graders are returning to the unknown. they are from a town roughly 200 miles from the leaking nuclear power plant. >> i just want to ensure they are safe. >> the group of 20 left saturday one day after the tsunami and earthquake. their parents specifically asked their host families to limit how much information these students had access to. >> we have been warning them about electricity, possible disruptions in transportation. we really haven't talked about the nuclear power plant. >> which is on top of minds for most. >> would you rather stay in the u.s.? >> yes. i would like to stay here. >> problems with rolling blackouts and food shortages are just about everywhere, but now help is coming. >> donation drive started with an exchange student got a letter from his mom in japan making sure to put bread and batteries
information for america's cup. they envision a new street car line to fisherman's wharf. street closures and modified muni bus routes. bicycle and pedestrian friendly major sporting event in history. san francisco is hoping to offset costs with millions of dollars from private donors. >> eric: great baseball weather today. >> and dodgers could switch that around it for us. i know there is one dodger fan -- but he is not here today. satellite and radar, and you can see the definite clockwise flow in the offshore wind. that is the reason why we had five record highs yesterday and even more today. fairfield, one degree cooler, half moon bay four, everybody else three to ten degrees warmer than this time yesterday. 49 in napa and fairfield. 50s and even 60s, san francisco, oakland, mountain view, 64 in antioch. this afternoon, look for the asterisks, more numerous today as we have upper 70s richmond and clearlake and then low to mid-80s for everybody else. that will be a lot of sunshine. around the monitored lay bay, 74 here in monterey, low to mid-80s for the rest of the bay an independent
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totino's pizza rolls. but our favorite thing is eating totino's pizza rolls. ♪ we're the kids in america oh, oh, oh >>> here is a look at airport delays at major airplanes. none right now. we have a mixture of snow around minneapolis and you see the yellow that is a flight risk of severe weather. storms could develop there and make for a bumpy ride and make for delays around st. louis. >>> thanks a lot. breaking news, a u.s. plain crashed in libya this morning as the coalition enforces a no-fly zone against moammar gadhafi's regime. terry mcsweeney has the latest latest. >> we are getting word that f-15 has crashed. two crew members have ejected. one has been rescued. u.s. team is on the way to get the second pilot, both suffering only minor injuries. they say the jet was not shot down, probably had mechanical failure. this is day three of coalition bombing campaign led by the united states but the u.s. wants to step down as leader and not exactly clear who will step up to make the enforcement. it's being extended from the rebel stronghold of benghazi, the alcohol of tripoli in the w
. >> on "good morning america" and also anytime at abcnews.com. thanks for watching. ♪ >>> a major earthquake rocks northern japan followed by a huge tsunami that swept away people, homes and vehicles. take a look at that, the hawaii islands now braced for up to 10 foot high waves expected to hit in about a half an hour. >> good morning, everyone. i'm eric thomas. it's 4:30 a.m. >> i'm kristen sze. let's begin with the 8.9 magnitude earthquake that spawned a deadly tsunami. >> the numbers, 40 dead, 39 people missing. did you see the pictures of water rushing inland pushing cars along in front of it. it looks like it comes from a disaster movie. jenelle begins in the news room with details. >> eric, we just got an update seconds ago. the death toll is 60 and it's going to rise rapidly. it's devastating, surreal. it's unbelievable. the earthquake lasted for just a few seconds. as you can see, the aftermath it just destructive and devastating. powerful tsunami waves taking out cities, rice patties, fields, cars. people literally running for their lives. airports have been totally been destroyed.
"abc 7 news". >> kristen: you can watch the san francisco concert tomorrow on "good morning america," from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. right here on abc7. she did some shopping. in castro and the video was sent in to by a viewer. wow. >> eric: why not. while she is here. keep the local economy going. next seeing the scene from gma. >> kristen: we'll see the concert tomorrow. >> eric: this is yours man. >> and i'll take credit for it. but they didn't get a lot of pats on the back for all that. and i have the forecast for you we're looking down on san francisco all the way over to the east bay hills. we do have fog developing around santa rosa. temperature is 41 and 42 for napa and fairfield and rest of us in the 40s. oakland fremont mountain view redwood city low 50s. monterey bay temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s. let's take about what is going to happen over this forecast period drying trend and warmer weather. we'll be above average in our afternoons wednesday thursday and friday and slight chance of some weekend showers. it will still be mild. it won't be cold showers. mid-50s in th
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